Penn State Police found marijuana in an apartment belonging to four Nittany Lion football players on the night of the Blue-White Game, though there is no indication yet if any players have been linked to wrongdoing.
Court documents obtained by the Mirror show an apartment registered to running back Stephfon Green, defensive linemen Devon Still and Eric Latimore and offensive lineman Johnnie Troutman was searched shortly after 11 p.m. on April 25.
Police were called to the Nittany Apartments complex because of a loud party, according to the affidavit of probable cause. An officer heard a fire alarm going off in apartment 4103, and upon approaching the door, the officer smelled "a strong and distinct owner of burnt marijuana."
The officer knocked on the door several times, but there was no answer, and had cause to enter the apartment because of the fire alarm. The affidavit said the officer "observed marijuana in plain view in the kitchen."
The document lists the residents of the apartment as the four Penn State football players, based on university housing records. The affidavit did not specify if any of the players were present or even involved in the incident.
"We're aware of it, and we're just waiting to find out what the correct information is," Penn State spokesman Jeff Nelson said.
A search of the Penn State student directory showed quarterback Daryll Clark as a resident of the apartment. That is not the case, however.
"Daryll Clark does not live in that apartment," Nelson said. "He moved to a different apartment for the spring semester."